A spiritual successor to The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara, Errol Morris's The Unknown Known sees the documentarian once again training his Interrotron on an old guy largely responsible for a drawn-out, awful war. This time, it's former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld who sits down with Morris, who grills him on his "obsession" with Iraq and the takedown of Saddam Hussein. Obviously you can expect to be suitably frightened by insights provided, but as you'll see in this first sneak peek from Vice, also expect to be quite horrified by Rumsfeld's playful grins. But who can hold back a smile when they're recounting war?
Depending on who you ask, former Miss Wyoming Joyce McKinney is either a beauty queen who used her feminine wiles to save a man from a cult, or a maniac who flew to England, kidnapped a recent Mormon convert, drugged him, chained him to a bed, and raped him for a few days strai... / Continue →
Back in June, James Franco asked the internet to send him dollars for some adaptations of Palo Alto, a book of stories by and based on none other than James Franco. He ended up not reaching his half-a-million-dollar goal, yet apparently all along there was Franco failsafe to ma... / Continue →
An Americanized and gender-swapped remake of the recent Mexican horror Somos Lo Que Hay, Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are is a cautionary tale on the dangers of upholding tradition, and the risks of just tossing around leftover food bones willy-nilly, like the world is your Buff... / Continue →